Default Velocity (Midi 120?)

Hi, Im not new but this is a noob question. We can control vsts velocity in the volume column, I suppose that 80=120 midi value, but which is the default value when we insert a note?
For example, in others DAWs normally new notes are set to 100.

I’m pretty sure the default velocity if left blank is 80 which should be 127 value? The only way I know of to set it lower by default is using the velocity parameter below the pattern editor.

a, yeah, I mean 127. which velocity parameter? I cant see it : )

edit: I see it now, it wasn’t there in previous versions!

I thought it got introduced during one of the 2.6 Beta sessions, but could as well have been a maintenance update where this feature got introduced.

why, why all this bad jokes.

Its not a bad joke, i’m just at work so i can’t check it atm. But i’m definately sure 2.7 had a default velocity option in the pattern editor control panel, so the phrase “it wasn’t there in previous versions” is not completely correct.

the whole topic is only few posts in and it’s full of bad jokes. come on. everybody (in the effin scene, longtime tracker users, etc) knows the difference between hexadecimal and ‘human’ decimal notation of numbers!! also of course the real question asked was, what’s the velocity value that gets sent to a sample or vst if you leave the velocity column empty. It could be 127 or 128. 127 = 7F, 128 = 80. Going from the syntax highlighting 80 is still a valid value (although midi specs would say otherwise i think)… I always use 80 => 0 interpolate for slides.
(i read first like you meant, that the velocity column was just recently introduced in renoise, that’s why i made the bad jokes remark in the fist place :P)

OP: if you want a nice 100 vel value, type in 64.

There are 128 values, this includes 00. There is no real 0x80=128, Renoise treats it as a 7F, as this is the highest value a MIDI signal can have.

Thanks. That’s what i mean, that it was “recently” introduced. Not that it wasn’t in 2.7